Churchville-Chili Middle School offers a wide range of after-school activities for our students. If an advisor is not listed and you would like additional information, please contact the MS Main Office or your child's counselor.
The purpose of this club is to create, have fun, explore various mediums and share ideas. The goals of this club are to develop the students art skills and to improve their ability to work collectively sharing ideas and supplies. Membership is open to all students in 5th and 6th grades.
7/8 Art Club
Provides students with the opportunity to explore and experiment with a variety of art tools and materials in a supportive environment. Our focus is to make connections with each other and our community as we grow our art skills and creativity. Student ideas and interests play a key role in driving our activities and projects.
We meet after school every Tuesday in room 3302. Art club is open to all students in 7th and 8th grades. A sign-up is posted weekly outside room 3302.
The Leo Club is for students in 7th and 8th grades and meets the first Monday of each month in room 3503.
We work closely with the Churchville-Lions Club as well as the 9-12 Leo Club to perform community service activities in our area. At least once a month, we have an activity outside of school hours, like preparing dinner for the Ronald McDonald House, helping with events at the elementary schools and collecting goods to hand out to those in need.
Contact Mrs. Kwiecien or stop at room 3503 to get the membership form!
The Foreign Language Club is open to all students in grades 5-8. Students participate in exploratory lessons and cultural activities in French and Spanish. The club meets one Wednesday a month. No prior language experience is necessary.
Mud and Ice Running is an intramural and meets from November through February after school each Monday.
During our meetings we stretch inside and then head outside into the winter weather to run. Students of all abilities come and run between 2 and 3.5 miles! After our run, we cool down with core work or a fun game!
We are always looking for new runners to join us! Information is posted in Google Classroom. Code: jz3h4qr
Our school newspaper, The Saints Scoop, is open to students in 5-8 grade. The goal of the club is to help teach members the techniques of writing newspaper articles and organizing these articles in "newspaper" format.
With the guidance of one or more advisors, students will explore different types of articles they can write. After choosing a topic, which could range from school to world events, students will use the school's computers to write, edit and print their stories. Finally, members will compile all of their written pieces into a school newspaper, which will be published.
The club meets on Mondays in the MS library. New members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Courtney in room 2118 in the Ninth Grade Academy for more more information.
The Middle School Technology Club is open to all students in 5-7 and meets periodically after school.
We complete a variety of hands-on projects that engage students in different STEM skills. Several examples include 3D drawing and printing, programming robots, building electrical circuits and many design challenges.
If you are looking for an engaging learning environment where we focus on exciting new technologies, then Technology Club is for you! For more information, please contact Mr. Olmsted.
Our Ski & Snowboard Club is divided into 5/6 grades and 7-9 grades. Club sign-up begins in early November.
Beginners and experienced skiers/snowboarders are able to learn and refine their skills. Students ski at Bristol Mountain in January and February. Our 5/6 grade students meet four times during the winter months, and our 7-9 graders meet five times. Transportation is provided to and from the Ski Resort; however, there is a fee to participate in the club.
If you are interested in joining the Ski & Snowboard Club, please contact Mrs. Baleno in room 3520.
The faculty advisor guides 5th grade students in an investigation of math topics and applications beyond those presented in the classroom.
The Olympiad goals are: to develop enthusiasm for problem solving and mathematics, deepen understanding of mathematical concepts, strengthen ability to use these concepts, consider concepts they might not otherwise encounter and enrich experiences in intellectually stimulating and significant mental activities. This club meets afterschool from 2:45-4:00 p.m.
Are you a leader? Do you like helping others? If so, grab a friend and join the Service Club for students in grades 5 and 6.
We meet monthly to plan and execute service activities at the Middle School and throughout our Churchville community. We have assisted with the Harlem Wizards basketball event and participated in the “Stuff The Bus” canned food drive. Future projects include: Secret Santa, “Souper Bowl” food event, “Valentines For Vets”, MS Fun Night planning and promotion, Aurora House service project and “Clean Up our Parks and School” event.
The Student Council consists of students interested in improving their school by building school spirit, enhancing our pride and developing leadership skills.
Student Council members contribute to our school community by welcoming guests to our school, acting as guides for school events and assisting with new student orientation. In addition to these responsibilities, students plan and organize monthly activities for their peers.